Sea Ice News Volume 5 #2 – NOAA forecasts above normal Arctic ice extent for summer 2014

By Joe Bastardi and Anthony Watts (based on an email exchange) This is interesting. NOAA is forecasting the months of August, September, and October of 2014 to have above normal Arctic Sea ice extent. As readers know, late September is typically the time of the Arctic Sea Ice minimum, and this year the NOAA forecast…

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The best way to win an argument

Mike Jonas writes: The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation, UK) looks at analysis that could lead to more moderate attitudes. This BBC article provides some food for thought that is relevant to the climate debate. It looks at a paper “Political Extremism Is Supported by an Illusion of Understanding” by Fernbach, Rogers, Fox and Sloman, which…

Climate alarmists make major blunder in reporting Antarctica ice loss results

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin Total ice loss from latest study is “consistent” with, not “double” prior study measurements Numerous recent climate alarmist articles addressing the recent study results reported for the new CryoSat-2 radar altimeter satellite methodology with increased land area orbital coverage capability for evaluating ice loss in Antarctica between 2010 and 2013…